Fall Foliage Colors

in Rogers

The beautiful fall colors in Rogers, Arkansas peak in October. During this time, the area is known for its vibrant autumn foliage, with a variety of trees displaying shades of red, orange, and yellow. Some of the best places to enjoy fall colors in and around Rogers, AR include:


A man dressed as an owl in the woods.

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

This park features several hiking trails and provides excellent opportunities to immerse yourself in the beautiful fall foliage. Hobbs State Park offers a full line-up of special events, classes and programs throughout the year. From interpreter-led hikes to gardening classes to the (hugely popular) astronomy-focused Star Parties, you’re bound to find a fun activity on the events calendar.

Two people walking their dogs on a sidewalk near a yellow tree.

Lake Atalanta Park

A serene lake surrounded by trees makes this park a great place to enjoy the changing colors of the season. Lake Atalanta is also a trailhead with access to Frisco Springs Trail and The Railyard Loop that lead to other trails, The Railyard Bike Park, and a dog park. The trails are beginner to expert skill levels and the park provides amenities for bikers. The bike stations include tools, air pumps, and bike racks.

A view of a lake in the fall with trees in the background.

Beaver Lake

The shoreline of Beaver Lake is dotted with trees, offering a scenic drive with many opportunities to admire the fall foliage. Visitors can camp along the shore, head out on a boat, and enjoy the angler’s paradise that is Beaver Lake. Beaver Lake is nationally renowned for bass fishing and has even become a destination for many fishing tournaments.

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Downtown Rogers

Even in the heart of the city, you’ll find streets lined with trees that turn vibrant shades of red and yellow in the fall. Explore all downtown Rogers has to offer with dining, shopping, live music, the outdoors, and more.

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War Eagle Mill in the Fall

War Eagle Mill

Located a short drive from Rogers, this historic gristmill is set in a picturesque area surrounded by trees, providing a lovely fall backdrop. Tour War Eagle Mill to see how it grinds organic grains into flour and cornmeal. The cafe serves a wide range of choices to satisfy your hunger and fuel the rest of your day.

Remember that the exact timing and intensity of fall foliage can vary from year to year, so it’s a good idea to check local foliage reports and plan your visit accordingly. Enjoying the beautiful autumn colors in #RogersArkansas? Use our hashtag #RogersRocks to be featured on our page!


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